A board certified psychiatrist with the Pain Management Program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, Dr. Eric Leskowitz has an appointment with the Department of Psychiatry of Harvard Medical School, directs the hospital’s Integrative Medicine Task Force, and has several conferences on the topic of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Rehabilitation. He edited a recent text of the same name (Churchill Livingstone, 2003), and has written and lectured widely on the field of energy medicine. His September 2005 Op-Ed in the Boston Globe, "Can Weird Science Save the Sox?" started the process that culminated in The Joy of Sox.
In the first half of the show, psychiatrist and energy medicine practitioner Eric Leskowitz discussed his study of the energy dynamics of positive experience using fans of the Boston Red Sox as subjects. In the latter half, author Mike Bara argued that we're headed for a time of great transition, which is being triggered by physics in our solar system and beyond. ... More »Host: George Noory